What is the best time to visit Tadoba National Park?

What is the best time to visit Tadoba National Park?

Winter season [November to February] is probably the best time to visit Tadoba National Park. However, the best season to sight tigers would be the hotter months (March, April and May).

Is Tadoba worth visiting?

It’s a good time to visit Tadoba now – rainfall’s not been as good this year , so the animals do come to the watering holes . The guides based on our experience with two are very good . Overall a superb experience. The safari cost of jeep and guide was Rs 2300 with MTDC .

What is Tadoba sanctuary famous for?

Tadoba Tiger Reserve, often referred as the jewel of Vidharba and is noted as the oldest and the largest National Park of Maharashtra, is located in the Chandrapur district of Maharashtra state in central India. The Tadoba reserve is also one of the India’s 41 Project Tiger reserves.

Is alcohol allowed in Tadoba?

No. Even though there is no checking of vehicles enroute Tadoba, please do not carry liquor. instead enjoy wild life in Tadoba.

Is mobile phone allowed in Tadoba?

Nagpur: Stung by the videos of a tiger chasing a tourist vehicle in Agarzari buffer last Sunday and Pandharpaoni tigress Maya and her two cubs being crowded by tourists going viral on social media, the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) has decided to ban mobile phones during safari in both core and buffer zones.

How do I book safari in Tadoba?

To book Jeep Safari in advance, one can visit the DFO Office at Chandrapur District near the tiger reserve and try for spot booking at the Navegoan Gate as no online booking facility is available at the moment. The jeeps can be hired from the local taxi stands who also provide trained drivers.

Are there crocodiles in Tadoba?

Tadoba lake sustains the marsh crocodile, which was once common all over Maharashtra. Reptiles here include the endangered Indian python and the common Indian monitor. The lake contains a wide variety of water birds, and raptors.

How many tigers are in Tadoba?

88 tigers
Fauna in Tadoba Tiger Reserve The largest wildlife reserve in Maharashtra, Tadoba National Park is home to about 88 tigers (2018 tiger census) and several other mammals.